Feature Wednesday!
Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail, Volume 1 Published: March 25th 2008 by Del Rey (first published December 15th 2006)
Paperback: 208 pages
Original title: Fairy Tail 1
ISBN: 0345501330 (ISBN13: 9780345501332)
Edition Language: English (Original Language: Japanese)
Series: Fairy Tail #1
Goodreads Rating: 4.37 Stars of 5 | 38, 205 Ratings
Amazon Rating: 5 Stars of 5

Customer Reviews

"Fairy Tail is, in my opinion, one of the best shonen manga out there as of now. It's mix of humor, action, and inspiration makes it the paragon of the genre....." -Wesley J. Didrichsen

"Fairy Tail is an amazing manga/anime that is easy to read, it can keep you on the edge of your seat, I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys good manga/anime.... " -Wowgirl101

"Loved the book!!!! It's way better than the anime cause it has extra scenes and Hiro Mashima wrote something himself in the book. I fully recommend this to anyone as big as a fan as I am into fairy tail...." - Jessica

Volume 1 Summary


Cute girl wizard Lucy wants to join the Fairy Tail, a club for the most powerful wizards. But instead, her ambitions land her in the clutches of a gang of unsavory pirates led by a devious magician. Her only hope is Natsu, a strange boy she happens to meet on her travels. Natsuâ's not your typical hero, he gets motion sickness, eats like a pig, and his best friend is a talking cat. With friends like this, is Lucy better off with her enemies?

Get Your Copy TODAY!

| Amazon | Chapters.Indigo | Barnes & Noble | Apple |

About This Series

Fairy Tail (Japanese: フェアリーテイル Hepburn: Fearī Teiru?) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima. It has been published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine since August 2, 2006, and has been published by Kodansha in 48 tankōbon volumes; the individual chapters are being published in tankōbon volumes by Kodansha, with the first released on December 15, 2006, and the 48th volume released on March 17, 2015. Fairy Tail follows the adventures of Lucy Heartfilia, a teenage wizard (魔導士 madōshi?),[1] who joins the titular wizards' guild and teams up with fellow guild member Natsu Dragneel as he searches for the dragon Igneel.

Fairy Tail Movie The chapters have been adapted into an anime series produced by A-1 Pictures and Satelight, which began broadcasting in Japan in 2009.[2] Additionally, A-1 Pictures and Satelight have developed six original video animations and an animated feature film,Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess. The series ended on March 30, 2013.[3] However, on March 4, Mashima announced on his Twitter account that the anime would not end yet, and that reruns of the anime will begin airing on TV Tokyo under the title Fairy Tail Best! on April 4, 2013.[4] On July 11, Mashima announced the green lighting of a sequel series of the anime.[5] The new series premiered on TV Tokyo on April 5, 2014.

The series was originally licensed for an English language release in North America by Del Rey Manga, which began releasing the individual volumes on March 25, 2008 and ended its licensing with the 12th volume release in September 2010. In December 2010, Kodansha Comics USA took over North American release of the series.[6] The Southeast Asian network Animax Asia aired an English-language version of the series for three seasons from 2010 to 2013.[7][8] The anime has been licensed by Funimation for an English-language release in North America.[9]

For more Information Click Here

About The Author

Fairy Tail MovieHiro Mashima (真島 ヒロ Mashima Hiro?, born May 3, 1977) is a Japanese manga artist. He gained success with his first serial Rave, published in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine from 1999 to 2005. His currently ongoing Fairy Tail, published in the same magazine since 2006, is experiencing even greater popularity.

Hiro Mashima stated that he knew he wanted to be a manga artist for as long as he can recall. His father was an artist that aspired to turn professional, but died when Mashima was young.

Living in the mountains as a child, his grandfather would bring him discarded manga that he found. After reading them, Mashima would draw from them. When he graduated high school, he entered a school specializing in teaching manga artists, but left without completing the studies. He stated that while it taught him the basics, he felt it would not help as a professional.

For Full Bio Click Here

| Goodreads | Twitter |

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please be respectful, all comments are moderated. Please reframe from comment fights, everyone has a right to their own opinion, if you don't like it, to bad.

I love to hear your thoughts, and crazy idea's. I'll make very effort to replay to your comment and views. :)